Jeff Knoch, owner of Jeff’s Texas Style BBQ in Marysville, shares the secrets behind his killer baked beans.
This restaurant is serious about delicious food, creative cocktails and fun times.
Thai on Main Street is serving up fried beef jerky, minced pork, papaya salad and other Lao delicacies.
Here are four Snohomish County-area purveyors that specialize in gluten-free menu items.
Bantaba will make you feel right at home with portions so big that leftovers are a given.
During the shutdown, take home an order of restaurant owner David Hayward’s brisket, pulled pork, ribs and sides.
This grab-and-go eatery is the first in Snohomish County that serves the popular hot dog on a stick.
A bold paint job helps Sol de Mexico stand out at the corner of Hewitt Avenue and Broadway.
This family-owned eatery at the H Mart food court serves 15 types of pho, Vietnamese sandwiches, spring rolls and more.
The stylish new downtown restaurant is an inviting place to unwind for lunch or dinner.
If you have fond memories of the once-ubiquitous pizza chain, help yourself to one of Mo Pizza’s slices.
The newly opened family-run restaurant offers a robust menu of authentic cuisine.
The restaurant on Highway 99 serves a dizzying variety of appetizers, soups and house specials.
The Brick Oven Pizza Lounge, which recently opened next to McMenamin’s, offers a wide selection of Italian food.
The new cafe on Broadway is an arm of Housing Hope, a nonprofit working to break the cycle of poverty.
Santa Fe Mexican Grill & Cantina has sibling eateries in Shoreline, Totem Lake and Renton Highlands.
Here is a list of our favorite restaurants to dine out in Snohomish County this year.
The south Everett eatery’s nothing fancy, but you’ll be made to feel right at home.
Biscuit & Bean, a longtime Seattle favorite, opens an outpost in Lake Stevens.
The siopao and lumpias are simply superb at Everett’s new Filipino-American restaurant.